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Author: Logic Supply

Virtualization with Xen

Virtualization with Xen

First Contact About 6-7 years ago I recall my first brief foray into virtualization; it was done purely out of curiosity. The host system was my college computer, a 1.8 GHz AMD Athlon CPU running Windows XP with maybe a gig of RAM… I thought, “Surely this beast was up to the task, it could […]

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A Simple Blog With Django

A Simple Blog With Django

Note: This is based on a presentation I gave here at Logic Supply on 11/14/09, and is meant to be a beginner’s tutorial on using Django to create a simple blog. What is Django? Django is a web development framework (set of libraries and tools) for creating websites and web applications. Why Django? We use […]

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Custom A2000 FreeNAS Image

We’ve been offering FreeNAS on the ARTiGO A2000 for a little while now.  However, there were a few small issues that came to light that we wanted to fix.  First, the Ethernet on the ARTiGO A2000 would only run at 100 Mb.  Second, the SATA controller was only running at UDMA33.  Fortunately we’ve fixed both […]

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FreeNAS on the ARTiGO A2000

In the following post I’ll go over what it takes to get FreeNAS installed and working on the new ARTiGO A2000.  Since this was my first time ever dealing with FreeNAS I ran into a few glitches along the way.  Lucky for you I’ll outline those glitches below so you can avoid making the same […]

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Slipstreaming for Fun and Profit: RAID Setup in Windows XP

Slipstreaming for Fun and Profit: RAID Setup in Windows XP

In my previous post, I was detailing the process for building an NAS (Network Attached Storage) system using the Gigabyte GA-6KIEH-RH mainboard in the Chenbro ES34069 Mini-ITX Server case. While setting up the system, I hit upon a snag when I tried to get the Gigabyte board’s onboard SATA/RAID controller to work in Windows XP. […]

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